yi Chang

yi Chang
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology · Department of Business Administration

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Purpose This paper aims to explore the relationship between top management team bricolage and performance and also examines unit ambidexterity's mediating role. More essentially, to understand the black box of organizational knowledge dynamism, a multilevel moderated mediating model is established by exploring the effects of two firm-level moderato...
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This study employed a resource-based view to develop a multilevel model of firm-level high-performance work systems, dyad-level human capital, firm-level bridging ties and unit-level corporate entrepreneurship. We collected multisource and multilevel data from 420 senior managers, 1260 managers and 3348 employees of 210 units from 96 Taiwanese manu...
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The coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused hundreds of millions of cases and millions of deaths, resulting in the development of COVID-19 phobia. To prevent getting COVID-19, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in many countries encourage people to protect themselves via several strategies, such as wearing face masks or using...
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Research summary Our understanding of entrepreneurial orientation (EO) is limited by the inattention to why a firm arranges itself to give rise to EO, what sets its strategic intent, and what affects its contribution to performance. These omissions have led to calls for a causally adjacent theory of EO. Grounded in knowledge-based theory, we invest...
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In this study, we used the framework of institutional anomie theory (Messner and Rosenfeld in Crime and the American dream, Wadsworth, Delmont, CA, 2001; Rosenfeld and Messner in: Passas and Agnew (eds) The future of anomie theory, Northeastern University Press, Boston, 1997) to examine the relationship between supervisors’ ethics and their persona...
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Assessing turnover intention with explicit approaches (self‐report scales) contains several measurement limitations, including social desirability, impression management, and self‐defense, potentially resulting in reduced accuracy. To improve the accuracy of assessment, the current research conducted a two‐wave study to examine whether implicit var...
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This study aims to examine the intermediate links and boundary conditions between unit-level participative leadership and unit-level unit performance. The study collects multiple resource data from 174 units in 75 high, medium, and low technology firms. In particular, unit-level co-worker knowledge sharing is found to partially mediate the relation...
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Corporate enterprises must support its business units to adapt to changes that are increasingly dramatic and complex. In response, corporate entities must organize to embed a corporate entrepreneurial orientation (EO) that pervades the actions of its business units to create the radical innovations needed to thrive in these circumstances. By develo...
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The aim of this article is to examine absorptive capacity and innovation-oriented corporate culture as moderators of the relationship between the ambidexterity of a CV unit and its performance. Accordingly, we propose that the absorptive capacity of a CV unit and an innovation-oriented, corporate culture positively moderate the effect of a CV unit'...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine if personal identification could explicate the black box between participative leadership and employee ambidexterity. Also, the authors aim to explore how and why the top-down effects of higher-level leadership styles affect lower-level outcomes. Design/methodology/approach The authors collected mult...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of intermediate knowledge mechanisms on the participative leadership–employee exploratory innovation relationship using a distal mediation model. Design/methodology/approach Deploying a time-lagged questionnaire method implemented over four business quarters, data are generated from 1,600 re...
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We examine the relationship between unit-level entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and unit-level corporate entrepreneurship (CE), which has been typically neglected in entrepreneurship research. Building on the conservation of resource theory (COR), we argue that the relationship between unit-level EO and unit-level CE will be stronger when unit-leve...
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Research on strategic human resource (HR) management and organizational ambidexterity has assumed that organizational ambidexterity originates from operational managers that pursue both exploratory and exploitative activities. Yet, multilevel insights are absent about how and through which mechanisms HR practices may actually facilitate operational...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of mediation and moderation mechanisms between firm-level effects of transformational leadership (TFL) on unit-level performance across levels. Design/methodology/approach The authors used surveys to collect data from 800 senior managers at the firm level and 1,377 unit managers from 800 u...
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Purpose Adopting a multilevel approach, we examined how transformational leadership may relate to corporate entrepreneurship. We also theorized and tested the top-down and bottom-up intermediate process linking transformational leadership and corporate entrepreneurship. Design/methodology/approach Multisource data across different timeframes wer...
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This study aims to look at charismatic leadership and management innovation in a sample of Information Technology firms in Taiwan. The literature on such leadership was examined because it reveals how leaders serve as key agents who stimulate others with their vision of the potential of an innovation. Theoretically, we suggest that charismatic lead...
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Combining theoretical insights from both the leadership and innovation literature, we examine the role of cross-level leadership fit or similarity in leadership styles at the firm and unit levels and its relationship with innovation outcomes at the unit level. Hypotheses are formed indicating that transformational leaders enable exploration and tra...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to test a multilevel model, supported by an ambidexterity perspective, to examine the process linking high-performance work systems (HPWS) and organizational ambidexterity using both unit- and firm-level analyses. Design/methodology/approach – The author collected multisource and multilevel data from 346 em...
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The relationship between gender and ethics has been extensively researched. However, previous studies have assumed that the gender-ethics association is constant; hence, scholars have seldom investigated factors potentially affecting the gender-ethics association. Thus, using managers as the research target, this study examined the relationship bet...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to extend management innovation theory and research by going beyond analysis at a single level. Focussing on management innovation at the lower level in the organizational hierarchy, the authors develop a multilevel framework; in doing so, the authors answer earlier calls for a study of the effects of multilev...
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Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to extend management innovation theory and research by going beyond analysis at a single level. Focussing on management innovation at the lower level in the organizational hierarchy, the authors develop a multilevel framework; in doing so, the authors answer earlier calls for a study of the effects of multilev...
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This study integrates theories of transformational leadership (TFL) and organizational ambidexterity in strategic human resource management (SHRM), to examine how TFL at both the unit level and firm level influences unit-level organizational ambidexterity (OA), by transforming the unit-level trust and forming the firm-level trust climate in Taiwane...
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This paper examines the process linking high-performance work systems (HPWS) and organisational ambidexterity both at the unit and firm level of analyses by integrating strategic HRM, human capital and social capital perspectives. Multisource and multilevel data from 2,887 employees and 536 managers of 58 banks was collected. Results revealed that...
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ABSTRACT This study aims to investigate the interactive effects of task performance and impression management tactics on career outcomes from the socioanalytic perspective. Based on a survey of 195 employee-supervisor dyads from various industries in Taiwan, a hierarchical regression analysis revealed that (1) the relationship between task performa...
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We applied a diachronic analysis to explore the presence of stickiness factors at difference stages in the transfer of HRM practices from four Taiwanese multinational corporations (MNCs) to their British subsidiaries over a five-year period. Based on a total of 201 interviews with managers and employees from headquarters and the subsidiaries, the f...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to use a diachronic analysis to explore the influence of country of origin effect and country of management effect on the adoption of human resource management (HRM) practices at different stages. Design/methodology/approach The methodology starts with an intensive literature review to establish an analytical f...
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In this study, we problematise the role of expatriates in transfers of parent HRM knowledge since expatriates, argued to be key actors in this process, are rarely HR professionals and seldom have much education or experience in HR. In the light of scant empirical research on the impact of individual attributes of expatriates in the transfer of know...
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Understanding employee voice behavior is a crucial aspect of organizing for high performance. In this paper, we extend previous studies and examine the consequences of voice behavior and boundary conditions of supervisor-attributed motives. Data for the sample was collected from 206 supervisor–subordinate pairs from a variety of companies in Taiwan...
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In this study, we theoretically identify three dimensions of expatriate competencies - ability, motivation, and opportunity seeking - for knowledge transfer. Integrating the ability-motivation-opportunity framework and the absorptive capacity perspective, we propose that expatriate competencies in knowledge transfer influence a subsidiary's perform...
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Balancing explorative and exploitative innovation ambidextrously has emerged as one of the foremost questions in management research. While a firm's ability to jointly pursue both exploitative and explorative innovation has been conceived as having positive performance effects, scholarly efforts to resolve the ambidexterity question have left a dis...
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Purpose Prior studies have suggested that organizational and environmental antecedents are influential to the development of a balance dimension of innovation ambidexterity, which are proposed to be central to superior firm performance. However, little is known about how such antecedents affect the shaping of innovation ambidexterity in small to me...
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Research on headquarter/subsidiary relationships and the transfer of HRM strategies and practices abroad has mainly focused on western multinational corporations (MNCs) operating in the advanced economies or developing economies (Guest and Hoque, 1996; Ferner and Quintanilla, 1998; Tayeb, 1998; Edwards and Ferner, 2004; Ferner et al., 2005). Althou...
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There has been considerable research over the past few decades on the process through which headquarters of multinationals from developed economies exercise control over their network of subsidiaries in foreign countries. However, little research has been conducted on multinationals from emerging economies operating in developed countries. In this...
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Purpose – HRM practices in foreign subsidiaries have been the subject of much attention in recent years. However, research on HRM practices by subsidiaries of multinationals (MNCs) has so far focused largely on subsidiaries of western multinationals in western and or emerging economies. The authors have little knowledge concerning HRM practices of...

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